MAKE YOUR WEDDING DESSERT EASY WITH THESE DECORATED FROZEN YOGURT POPS
Sometimes when it comes to DIYing your wedding you just want some projects that are simple and effective right? If you’re planning on making your own desserts and want to go a little bit more modern with it then why not dish out these fun decorated frozen yogurt pops?! I know a lot of people are ditching the traditional desserts and going for donut stands instead or ice cream vans so why not make yogurt pops a thing?! The best news is you can just buy a bunch of pops (or ice creams like magnums would work too!), decorate them at your own leisure, then pop them back in the freezer and forget about them until the day! Easy! Let’s get started shall we?
YOU WILL NEED:
Yogurt pops or ice creams // Candy melts in the colour of your choice (I chose pink) // Edible decorations (I went for silver balls) // edible flowers (I chose violas) // Gold foil leaf //
Melt your candy melts in the microwave, I find this works best by popping them in in 30 second bursts, giving them a stir then repeating until everything is completely melted and smooth.
Lay out your yogurt pops ready and using a knife, smooth the candy melts over the top of a few pops. Then, working quickly, sprinkle some of the silver balls onto the candy melt strips. The melts will start to solidify thanks to the frozen yogurts, I did this on a few of them, then once those are done, set them aside.
For the edible flowers, I simply dotted a small amount of candy melt onto the yogurt pop then pop the flower on top! The candy melt will act as a sort of edible glue to stick the two together.
The gold leaf work best when the pops have been left out for a little while and starting to ever so slightly melt. Simply peel it away from it’s strip and carefully place onto the pops!
They look so cute when they’re all together right?! I love the different decorations on each of them, of course you don’t have to stick to my recommendations, you can decorate them however you like to your hearts content! If you do recreate these be sure to tag us on instagram (@BESPOKEBRIDE) and use the hashtag #BespokebrideDIY we love seeing your creations! xx